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Recommended Reading, Tapes, and Movies

Here is a list of books that you might find helpful, and movies that offer insight into the human experience. If you have one to recommend, please send the information to us.

To get more information or to buy a book or movie, click on the title and you will be transferred to Amazon.com. You also are welcome to use our site to link to Amazon.com for any other purchases you might wish to make. Just click on the Amazon.com logo.

If you prefer, you may buy these items at a local retailer or from other web vendors.

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Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

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This list is short right now. Feel free to recommend some by sending e-mail to feedback@apexpsych.com.

To order one of these, click on the title to order it on DVD. Click on "VHS" to get it on videotape.

  • As Good As It Gets (DVD) or VHS (1997) Jack Nicholson is outstanding (as usual) in his portrayal of a man with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Fortunately, not everyone with OCD is hostile and nasty like Nicholson's character.

  • The Kid (DVD) or VHS (2000) A wonderful, funny, touching story that highlights the impact of childhood on who we are as adults.

  • Rain Man (DVD) or VHS (1988) Dustin Hoffman portrays a man with autism whose brother (played well by Tom Cruise) does not know he exists until their father dies. It is a story of discovery for Cruise's character, and another incredible performance by Hoffman.

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Disclaimer:  You know, we see a disclaimer like this in every ad that lawyers put out, and it probably is a good idea for us to use one, too:  "No representation is made that the quality of the psychological services to be performed is greater than the quality of psychological services performed by other psychologists.  The outcome of assessments or psychotherapy, or individual client satisfaction, cannot be guaranteed and is dependent on many factors.  Material on this site regarding symptoms, disorders, and treatment is informational only.  Diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders requires the expertise of a trained professional."

The information on this site regarding psychological disorders and treatment comes from many sources that cannot be credited, simply because they have been integrated over the years into our general knowledge base. However, one important source is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition (1994) published by the American Psychiatric Association.